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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 52, STATE GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICERS

    Chapter 17B: Establishment of department; "the department" defined

      Section: 52:17B-4.7: Gang education seminars for school administrators.

          
1. a. The Attorney General shall develop and maintain, in coordination with the Commissioner of Education, a gang education seminar program to educate public and nonpublic school administrators on how to recognize signs of gang involvement or activity. A seminar shall be offered annually in each county and shall be held in the office of the county superintendent of schools or such other facility as the Attorney General or Commissioner of Education shall designate.

b. A superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal or other administrator employed by a public school district shall attend a gang education seminar offered pursuant to this section within the first year of initial employment as an administrator with a public school district. An administrator employed by a school district prior to the effective date of this act shall attend the first seminar offered in the county subsequent to its enactment. A superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal or other administrator shall be exempt from the requirements of this section if that person has successfully completed a gang education seminar conducted by a public school district which is substantially equivalent to the seminar required pursuant to this section.

c. A gang education seminar offered pursuant to this section shall be open to all public and nonpublic school administrators.

L.2007, c.188, s.1.



This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:55.






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